Q. I have heard you talk about “cellular memory” and organ transplants. Do the neurons in a transplanted organ retain their cellular memory and still put out the same electromagnetic frequency as when in the body of the donor? And, if so, how long will that last?

A. Excellent questions—complete answers for which are likely not yet available. From what is currently known, including anecdotal experiences of organ recipients who report a change in behaviors and dreams and thoughts and so on, my guess is that the donated organ does retain its cellular memory. The neurons in the donated organ may also continue to put out their electromagnetic frequency potential. For how long is uncertain. The recipient can continue to build new cellular memories, of course.

I saw a commercial the other day for organ donation. You might want to take a look at it and see what you think is being portrayed.